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Covina, a small city, is located in southwestern California, only 22 miles east of Los Angeles. When the city was incorporated in 1901 the city's slogan was coined: "One Mile Square and All There," which depicts the area of the city, only about one square mile. Covina is the smallest city in area in the United States. The name "Covina" is derived from the Spanish word for vineyard. Several movies have been filmed in Covina including parts of the Roswell TV series, High School USA starring Michael J Fox, and the Bohemian Rhapsody scene from Wayne's World.
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Local Colleges: American Graduate University
Zip Codes associated with covina, california:
91722 91723 91724
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The annual Covina Christmas Parade will make its way through the city streets for the 67th time at 6:30 p.m. Dec. 2. The holiday parade brings together generations of families who sit on the sidewalks of the parade route each year to watch this hometown tradition march its way down Badillo Street.Legislation could save Gold Line board members from conflict-of-interest lawsuit
A state senator is trying to pass legislation that would kill a conflict-of-interest lawsuit against board members of the Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension Construction Authority. State Sen. Ed Hernandez, D-West Covina, has amended a current bill, S.B. 659, to clarify language so local council members can legally serve on the Gold Line Authority's board.How a locala s parents inspired her to host a free Thanksgiving meal for all in West Covina
Lizet Angulo Kimbrew is hosting a Thanksgiving dinner at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8620, 2328 W. Merced Ave., in West Covina in honor of her parents Alejandro Angulo, a Korean War veteran, and Lupe Angulo. A local nonprofit is hosting its second annual Thanksgiving dinner for the public in honor of its founder's parents.Editor's Notebook: You can beat the I-15 rush at 3 a.m.
How early do you have to leave for work to escape morning rush hour traffic on Interstate 15? I've often asked myself that question. I knew 5 a.m. was out of the question; the freeway is jammed with commuters going down the hill at that hour.Seniors can lend a hand to police department
Did you used to watch "Dragnet" or "Adam-12"? How do you feel about driving a city car with a light bar and wearing a uniform? Delivering subpoenas? Directing traffic? In 1993, one of the officers at the West Covina Police Department was attending "Command College," a continuing education opportunity. One of his assignments was how to keep the same high levels of service quality in a time of budget restraints.Scoop: Crazy Ex-Girlfriend on the CW - Friday, December 8, 2017
On the episode "Getting Over Jeff." - Rebecca continues her road to wellness while Paula comes to terms with her roots.West Covina community teams up to brighten Thanksgiving holiday for 1,300 families
Completing the fixings for Thanksgiving meals, middle school students, from Jubilee Christian School, at Faith Church in West Covina wait to load 200 roasting pans on November 16, 2017 onto a Rowland Unified truck. Over 1200 dinners for needy families were made possible by church members, West Covina employees, LA County Sheriff's station in Industry and Penske.DEA targets former West Covina mayor in opioid investigation
He is at the center of a probe into how methadone is distributed to paltients. A former West Covina mayor who is also a medical doctor is under investigation for allegedly over-prescribing fentanyl and other powerful painkillers, records show.California regulators suspend 12 more providers
Regulators have suspended 12 more providers in California, bringing the total this year to 85 fewer doctors who can legally treat injured workers in the state, the California Division of Workers' Compensation announced Tuesday. The suspensions are in line with A.B. Bill 1244, which went into effect Jan. 1 and now requires the division's administrative director to suspend any medical provider, physician or practitioner from participating in the workers compensation system in cases that involve criminal activity or inability to perform duties safely, among other requirements.Yoga for kids offered in Covina
The city of Covina is offering yoga classes from children ages 7 to 13, starting Monday, Nov. 27 at Cougar Park, 150 W. Puente St. The program costs $32 for four sessions. Classes will be held from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. on Mondays.Man with machete robs West Valinda gas station, still at large
A machete-wielding bandit fled with cash and cigarettes after robbing a West Valinda gas station on Sunday afternoon, officials said. The crime took place about 2:45 p.m. at a USA Gasoline, 14360 Francisquito Ave. , in the unincorporated county area, Los Angeles County sheriff's Sgt.Revered South Bay monsignor accused of covering up sex abuse
A beloved Redondo Beach Catholic church pastor whose 2011 funeral procession drew throngs of the faithful to the street took a dark secret to his final resting place, according to a recent lawsuit in a child sex abuse case. Monsignor Michael Lenihan, who led the congregation at St. Lawrence Martyr Catholic Church for 22 years, allegedly was aware that priest Chris Cunningham had been accused of sexual assault before Cunningham arrived at the south Redondo Beach parish in 1998.Elderly man with dementia goes missing in West Covina
Buddy Merritt Saunders, 88, went missing in West Covina on Friday, Nov. 10, 2017. He suffers from dementia and other medical problems.West Covina Lions Club to host free community vision screening
The West Covina Lions Club will host a free community vision screening from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 18 at West Covina United Methodist Church, 718 S. Azusa Ave. Those who have their eyes screened will also have an opportunity to receive recycled eye glasses provided by the California Lions Friends in Sight for free.Video: Porch pirates in South Pasadena, Covina get away with...
Police in South Pasadena and Covina have released videos of porch pirates caught caught on camera pilfering packages, officials said. The thefts took place late Tuesday afternoon in South Pasadena, and on Aug. 2 in Covina, according to police investigators.Driver hurt in West Covina solo crash
West Covina police learned of the solo crash at 10:12 a.m. Sgt. Tim Rodgers said the driver was heading south on Sunset Avenue when he hit a pole.West Covina must soon decide how to split itself into voting districts. Herea s the 6 final maps.
West Covina Councilman James Toma, left, and Concilman Lloyd Johnson during the San Gabriel Valley Legislative Caucus meeting in response to a new storm and urban water cleanup permit at West Covina City Council Chambers in West Covina, Calif. on Tuesday, March 22, 2016.
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